The range of Ganesh Himal can clearly be seen from Kathmandu Valley. It is composed of Ganesh I, Ganesh II, Ganesh III & Ganesh IV which have been standing in a chain form like crystal skyline. This majestic Himalayan massif is situated between the valley of the Budi Gandaki in the west and Bhote Koshi in the east. The mountain is named after the elephant-headed God “Ganesh” which is considered as a symbol of good fortune. Trekking in this region provides ample of opportunities to observe rich flora like varieties of orchids and ferns. We would also find double Jasmine,…
The range of Ganesh Himal can clearly be seen from Kathmandu Valley. It is composed of Ganesh I, Ganesh II, Ganesh III & Ganesh IV which have been standing in a chain form like crystal skyline. This majestic Himalayan massif is situated between the valley of the Budi Gandaki in the west and Bhote Koshi in the east. The mountain is named after the elephant-headed God “Ganesh” which is considered as a symbol of good fortune.
Trekking in this region provides ample of opportunities to observe rich flora like varieties of orchids and ferns. We would also find double Jasmine, the dense forests of Spanish Oak, Blue Pine, Rhododendron, etc. The mountain is also rich in crystals which is regarded as a valuable and precious stone. The route to the mountain passes through quite Tamang villages, hot spas, gorges and glaciers and magnificent sceneries. The Manaslu massif (8163 m.) can be seen from the top of Singla . Ganesh Himal is seen to the northwest and at other side looms Langtang Himal.
Day 01:Kathmandu (1320 m)Arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA). Upon arrival at the airport, you would be received by our representative and then transfer to hotel.
Day 02:Kathmandu to Betrawati Bazaar (630 m.)Today we drive from Kathmandu to Betrawati Bazaar. We would trace the route taken by Prithvi Narayan Shah on his invasion march to Kathmandu over two centuries ago. En route we would pass through Trisuli Bazaar. Our campsite would be arranged near by Sole Bazaar, on the bank of the Trisuli River. We would be fortunate enough to view wonderful views of farm fields, small villages, and terraced slopes set against a background of the Ganesh Himal.
Day 03:Betrawati Bazaar to Satdobate (1250 m.)We trek from Betrawati Bazaar to Satdobate (1500 m.).We leave camp by crossing the suspension bridge over the Salankhu Khola . After the bridge, we would go to Chapo Danda (870 m.) and take lunch. Having lunch, we just go around Chapo Dada to have splendid views of the terraced slopes. From Chapo Danda, our trail follows the new rough road to the west for about 200 m. and head steep uphill through small villages. We finally arrive at a rest spot next to a small stupa. We take our path to the left from the stupa and make our final ascent up to the saddle and the town of Satobate (1250 m.).
Day 04:Betrawati to Satdobato O/N CaSatobate to Bhalche (1930 m.)From Satobate, we follow the trail westward along the ridgeline. We would climb steadily through small villages crossing many streams while heading up the Chalakhung Khola. En route we find people drying pears and weaving bamboo mats and baskets. The last half mile is steep uphill as we climb to our camp spot in the town of Bhalche (1930 m). It would be our pleasure to observe unique attire of the local people, stunning sunset view, and rich culture of the area.mp. 5 hrs
Day 05:Bhalche to Gonga (2910 m.)It is our turn to head towards Gonga from Bhalche. Our trail goes penetrating the thick forest of rhododendron and Kharsu. Our trek would be further rewarding if we prepare ourselves for the spring season as in this season, the whole region appears colourful due to red, white and purple rhododendron flowers blooming in the mountainsides. The remaining time of the day is spent on walking through the dense jungle to Gonga (2910 m). The town has separated the Nyam valley and the Saptang valley.
Day 06:Rest day for acclimatization.We go around the valley for excursion. We would visit Nyam and Saptang too.
Day 07:Gonga to Rupchet Kharka (3634 m.)Today we trek from Gonga to Rupchet Kharka. Our route passes through the forests of rhododendron and fir. We slowly head northwest from Gonga ascending through the jungle of Mimatashi Karka. We arrive at Rupchet Kharka (3634 m.), a large flat grassy area from where we would observe Langtang Himal (7225 m.) and Gosainkunda.Besides, a stunning sunset view can also be observed from this place.
Day 08:Rupchet Kharka to Chhermo (2800 m.)It is our turn to trek from Rupchet Kharka to Singla Pass (4100 m.). It is likely to snow here in the spring. Therefore, it is recommended to go slowly and enjoy the incredible scenery along the way. Furthermore, our route is also steep, weaving through large boulders, spires and domes. Singla is not a big pass (4100 m). It has Mt. Manaslu (8163 m.) to the west and Mt. Ganesh (7406 m.) to the northwest. Stunning panorama of glaciers, peaks, rock, snow, and ice can also be observed. We return to the camp and then descend to Cherma.
Day 09:Cherma to Maygaon (2300 m.)From Cherma, we trek to Maygaon (2300 m.). We follow the trail of ridgeline for an hour and then the trail descends to Maygaon. Maygaon is yet another spot from where you can have a panoramic view of Ganesh Himal and other snow-caped mountains. We would observe the valley view of Darkha village, Satya Devi village, Saldung village etc. from Maygaon.
Day 10:Maygaon to Katunje (1900 m.)It is our turn to trek from Maygaon to Katunje. Our route is easy as compared to the previous days and go through the Tamang Village wherein you will be able to witness the typical Tamang culture and tradition.
Day 11:Katunje to Dhading (700 m.)We trek from Katunje to Dhading (700 m.). It is the last day of our trek. We slowly descend down to Todke Bazar. From this point, our trail ascends gradually up to Seuli and finally we come to Dhading Bensi.
Day 12:Dhading to Kathmandu (1320 m.)Today, we take our early drive from Dhading to Kathmandu. Lunch will be served on the way. This short drive provides enough joy and pleasure to us. Upon arrival in Kathmandu, we go to our hotel, get refreshed and go for shopping. Farewell dinner will be served in Bhojan Griha, a typical Nepali restaurant.
Day 13:Back home destination.
Note: The departure schedule can be changed on any unavoidable circumstances such as weather hazards, trail slides, and avalanches.
1. Airport Pick-up and Drop Off,
2. Licensed and trained trekking guides,
3. potters for carrying goods and supplies,
4. Meal on full board (breakfast, lunch, dinner, tea & coffee) basis during the trek
5. 3 Nights Accommodation in the 3/4/5 Star Hotel in Kathmandu with B & B. (Bed
6. All accommodation during the trek.
7. All meals and hot beverages during the trek.
8. Transportation to and from trail head.
9. All necessary documents and permits for trekking (where applicable)
10. National Park/Conservation Area entry Permit, Insurance, and equipment for the staffs.
11. Coordination of quick Rescue service (Costs covered by your Insurance Plan)
12. Trekking staffs wages etc.
13. 1 hr. trekker massage after your trek.
14. Welcome and Fare well dinner in a Nepali Cultural Dance restaurant in Kathmandu.
15. Flight Ticket Kathmandu to Lukla to Kathmandu
16. Trekking Staff Insurance of $10,000 Per Person.
17. Trekking Map, T-shirt, and Trekking certificate.
18. Exclusive of Medical Kit Bag
19. All Government and local Taxes
20. International Flight ticket re-confirmation.
21. Meals will be Start when your Trek starts.
1. International Airfares,
2. Travel/Trekking Insurance,
3. Excess baggage charges More than 16 kg and hand bag more than 5 kg in
4. Visa fees.
5. Airport Departure Taxes.
6. Drinks (Cold and Alcoholic) Rescue charge.
7. Tips for The staffs.
8. Expenses of Personnel nature and Permit and Liaison officer fee (where Applicable.
9. Meals during stay in the Kathmandu and Pokhara.
10. Domestic Ticket Etc.
11. Extra Hotel in Kathmandu and Pokhara